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Shane Warne — Obituary: ‘The cricketing world has been robbed of a piece of its fabric’
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Arts, Culture and Sport Shane Warne — Obituary: ‘The cricketing world has been robbed of a piece of its fabric’

African cricketers and administrators have paid tribute to leg-spin idol, Shane Warne who influenced many Zimbabwean, Kenyan and South African spinners. Steve Tikolo, who captained Kenya in the 2003 World Cup and former Zimbabwean limited-overs skipper Prosper Utseya also paid tribute to the legend whose name in etched in cricket folklore.

Who is bothered by Lakeith Stanfield? “Sorry to Bother You” movie wants to save the workers’ movement
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Arts, Culture and Sport Who is bothered by Lakeith Stanfield? “Sorry to Bother You” movie wants to save the workers’ movement

Boots Riley’s directorial debut won the Independent Spirit award and was praised by Trevor Noah as the most brainy movie since The Matrix. The Lakeith Stanfield-led dark comedy interrogates the allure of goods and images, bare life, instrumental reason, the military-tech complex and other conditions holding back the workers’ movement.

The Lamenting President
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Politics and Society The Lamenting President

Pres Uhuru Kenyatta retreated to Sagana State Lodge for the fourth time in February to explain the rift with his deputy William Ruto. The Sagana meetings have elicited mixed and jaundiced feelings from Kenyans. Kenyatta has lamented that Ruto is “too risky for the country,” but when did Kenyatta realise Ruto was dangerous for the country? What did he do about it? Apart from endless lamentations?